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Old August 6th 05, 11:40 AM
Paul
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Anyone out there know what the proper BB size/ threading for a bianchi
avenue (c. 1995)? Crankarm threads are stripped- would like to replace
the crankarm and the BB at the same time and order in advance.
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Old August 6th 05, 02:31 PM
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Paul wrote:
Anyone out there know what the proper BB size/ threading for a bianchi
avenue (c. 1995)? Crankarm threads are stripped- would like to replace
the crankarm and the BB at the same time and order in advance.


English threading 68mm in width.

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Old August 7th 05, 02:04 PM
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Thanks for the reply- any advice on how to match the crankam to the BB
spindle or vice versa? It's not so easy to get data on the web for
specific crankarms.

Qui si parla Campagnolo wrote:
Paul wrote:

Anyone out there know what the proper BB size/ threading for a bianchi
avenue (c. 1995)? Crankarm threads are stripped- would like to replace
the crankarm and the BB at the same time and order in advance.



English threading 68mm in width.

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Old August 7th 05, 02:11 PM
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Paul wrote:
Thanks for the reply- any advice on how to match the crankam to the BB
spindle or vice versa? It's not so easy to get data on the web for
specific crankarms.


Which crank? You are right, most places don't specify what goes with
what.


Qui si parla Campagnolo wrote:
Paul wrote:

Anyone out there know what the proper BB size/ threading for a bianchi
avenue (c. 1995)? Crankarm threads are stripped- would like to replace
the crankarm and the BB at the same time and order in advance.



English threading 68mm in width.


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Old August 10th 05, 10:30 AM
Paul
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Still trying to figure that out....the bike needs a new rear wheel, new
BB- was thinking of going singlespeed/fixed and use it for my commute.

Don't want to break the bank- would keep the old crankarm, but it is an
old "PFF"/Sun type, the threads are stripped and I am probably going to
have to ruin it to get it off.

Qui si parla Campagnolo wrote:
Paul wrote:

Thanks for the reply- any advice on how to match the crankam to the BB
spindle or vice versa? It's not so easy to get data on the web for
specific crankarms.



Which crank? You are right, most places don't specify what goes with
what.


Qui si parla Campagnolo wrote:

Paul wrote:


Anyone out there know what the proper BB size/ threading for a bianchi
avenue (c. 1995)? Crankarm threads are stripped- would like to replace
the crankarm and the BB at the same time and order in advance.


English threading 68mm in width.



 




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